Forget having to e-mail yourself documents. This descendent of the Web-based version lets users sync up their Dropbox files between desktop, mobile, and iPad and share links to documents in their Dropbox with just a few taps of the finger. I love Dropbox!
GroupMe (iPhone & Android)
Launched in August, this app allows users to organize phone contacts by groups and send text messages to those groups, smartphone user or not. The app also lets its users place a conference call with entire groups by dialing a dedicated number.
PDF Expert (iPad)
Need a great app for viewing and annotating PDF files? This is it. Users can add text notes to files or even draw additions with their finger…yes, draw with your finger!
Yammer 3.0 (iPhone)
The service that some describe as “Twitter for business” released the third version of its iPhone app in 2010. The new version still lets bosses on the move communicate with their employees in group chats in real-time.
This app is task management software on steroids — minus all the creepy side effects. Have a task to complete in a specific location? The Map tab shows the distance between the task’s location and your current location.
Kik Messenger (iPhone and Android)
The app turns text messages into real-time instant messages and lets users send them to users on different smartphone platforms.
TripIt (iPhone, Android, and Blackberry)
The app organizes all your trip itineraries in one place and offers maps and directions to make business travel as worry-free as possible.
Read the entire article, Best Business Apps, at Inc.